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Rocco Zizzamia
Rocco Zizzamia
Department of Economics, Oxford University
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The labor market and poverty impacts of covid-19 in South Africa
R Jain, J Budlender, R Zizzamia, I Bassier
1702020
A poverty dynamics approach to social stratification: The South African case
S Schotte, R Zizzamia, M Leibbrandt
World development 110, 88-103, 2018
1282018
Locked down and locked out: Repurposing social assistance as emergency relief to informal workers
I Bassier, J Budlender, R Zizzamia, M Leibbrandt, V Ranchhod
World Development 139, 105271, 2021
852021
Is employment a panacea for poverty? A mixed-methods investigation of employment decisions in South Africa
R Zizzamia
World Development 130, 104938, 2020
71*2020
Vulnerability and the middle class in South Africa
R Zizzamia, S Schotte, M Leibbrandt, V Ranchhod
52*2016
Snakes and ladders and loaded dice: Poverty dynamics and inequality in South Africa between 2008 and 2017
S Schotte, R Zizzamia, M Leibbrandt
South African Journal of Economics 90 (2), 214-242, 2022
47*2022
The livelihood impacts of COVID-19 in urban South Africa: a view from below
S Schotte, R Zizzamia
Social Indicators Research 165 (1), 1-30, 2023
36*2023
Social stratification, life chances and vulnerability to poverty in South Africa
S Schotte, R Zizzamia, M Leibbrandt
312017
South Africa can–and should–top up child support grants to avoid a humanitarian crisis
I Bassier, J Budlender, M Leibbrandt, R Zizzamia, V Ranchhod
The Conversation 31, 2020
272020
The labour market impacts of COVID-19 in South Africa: An update with NIDS-CRAM Wave 3
I Bassier, J Budlender, R Zizzamia
NIDS-CRAM Wave 3, 2021
192021
The labour market and poverty impacts of COVID-19 in South Africa: An update with NIDS-CRAM Wave 2
R Jain, I Bassier, J Budlender, R Zizzamia
152020
Measuring employment volatility in South Africa using NIDS: 2008-2017
R Zizzamia, V Ranchhod
142019
Exploring psychological well-being and poverty dynamics in South-Africa: Evidence from NIDS waves 1-5
N Stoop, M Leibbrandt, R Zizzamia
92019
Are we really painting the devil on the walls? Polarization and its drivers in Sub-Saharan Africa in the past two decades
F Clementi, M Fabiani, V Molini, R Zizzamia
Journal of African Economies 31 (2), 124-146, 2022
62022
Inequality in sub-Saharan Africa: A review paper
A David
AFD Research Papers, 1-33, 2021
62021
The labour market and poverty impacts of COVID‐19 in South Africa. National Income Dynamics (NIDS) Coronavirus Rapid Mobile Survey (CRAM) Working Paper Series
R Jain, J Budlender, I Bassier, R Zizzamia
62020
National Income Dynamics Study (NIDS)–Coronavirus Rapid Mobile Survey (CRAM)
N Spaull, A Oyenubi, A Kerr, B Maughan-Brown, C Ardington, C Christian, ...
Synthesis Report: NIDS-CRAM Wave 2, 2020
62020
Assessing the extent and nature of chronic poverty, poverty dynamics, and vulnerability to poverty in South Africa
S Schotte, R Zizzamia, M Leibbrandt
World Bank Technical Background Paper, South African Poverty and Inequality …, 2018
62018
Worlds Apart: What polarization measures reveal about Sub-Saharan Africa˘s growth and welfare distribution in the last two decades
F Clementi, M Fabiani, V Molini, R Zizzamia
https://aceir.org.za/wp-content/uploads/2019/06/wp1_cfmz_worldsapart.pdf, 2019
52019
Tackling persistent poverty and inequality: A dynamic perspective
M Leibbrandt, S Schotte, R Zizzamia
Confronting inequality: The South African crisis, 152-161, 2018
42018
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